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Some things to consider: Try some audio dynamic range compression - typically just called a 'compressor' plugin, but this is different from data compression. Since the voice is much louder than the …
answered Mar 1 '13 by ObscureRobot
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In your audio editor, switch to spectrum view and try to identify the frequency band of the fan noise. Next you can either use a parametric EQ or a filter. If you have a parametric EQ, you can easily …
answered Nov 27 '11 by ObscureRobot
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Try a parametric EQ, or a band-reject filter (essentially the same thing). Setup your audio so that you can loop the section with the problem sound. In your EQ or filter, adjust the controls so that …
answered Mar 1 '13 by ObscureRobot
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Adding some felt or faux-fur is a good place to start. Felt will probably attenuate, but may not help much with the wind noise. Faux-fur is great at killing wind noise, but doesn't attenuate much. I …
answered Dec 31 '11 by ObscureRobot